Coffee Corner


Coffee!

A word that needs to be spoken with reverence (all you coffee lovers out there, you should know what I mean).

The perfect cup of coffee in the morning is so many things – it deliciously kick-starts the day, it provides ample room for contemplation, it just lets you be yourself for those few moments.

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Every coffee drinker has a ‘Coffee Corner’ or a ‘Coffee Ambience’.Β  A perfect corner in the house, where you are most comfortable; maybe sitting by the window and watching the trees or the road. Maybe sitting in your garden with nature’s magic exploding around you, and the fresh air of the morning invigorating you.

Maybe you share your ‘Coffee Ambience’ with your spouse, maybe you prepare breakfast and take delicious sips of your coffee in-between.

My Coffee Corner is by the balcony, on my easy chair, looking at the traffic and morning joggers, the orioles and the mynas, the green trees and my book shelf.

All is right with the world.

What’s your Coffee Corner or Coffee Ambience? Would love to know!

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33 Responses to Coffee Corner

  1. walkerkaty0 says:

    My coffee corner is at the counter in my apartment. I sit there with my computer and coffee and catch up on blogs and emails almost every day.

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  2. i am nothing without coffee

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  3. Sadly I don’t drink coffee. I do choke down some cereal and a glass of milk every morning before rushing into the bathroom to brush my teeth before my children get there.

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  4. katelon says:

    I’m not a coffee drinker other than occasionally or using it as a drug when I’m traveling. My Mom used to always sit at her kitchen table though, with a window there. I still have the table and the chairs. So when I get a home again (I’m still on the road), I will refinish them and set up my own contemplative place πŸ™‚

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  5. Erika Kind says:

    Just made myself some coffee…haha! My coffee corner? The place where my laptop stands…. lol!

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  6. davidprosser says:

    My coffee corner, sat at the computer making a start on my mail.If I’m really lucky, there isn’t too much mail and I can finish my drink eased back in the chair and relaxed until 6.15 am when the new deluge of the day starts. I know I might be talking heresy here but I only have the one cup a day now (unless I’m out on a Saturday) and I savour every moment.
    xxx Huge Hugs xxx

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  7. I sit in my recliner with my electric blanket and have my coffee! Love this post!

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  8. joannesisco says:

    Oh Nimi – you just described my feelings towards my morning coffee so perfectly – “deliciously kick-starts the day” and provides time for quiet contemplation before the demands of the day begin. A good cup of coffee is a thing of beauty πŸ™‚

    I don’t have a coffee corner per se. After 3 decades of gulping my coffee as I rushed to get ready for work, now I simply enjoy it leisurely at the kitchen table looking out the window into the backyard, watching the squirrels and birds rushing around πŸ™‚

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  9. Morning coffee is the first defense for the day. And those who know me know that’s a good thing as it’s very important not to poke the bear before she has her coffee πŸ˜‰ May your coffee provide a warm hug and a well deserved pause before the hustle and bustle of the day takes over. ღ

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  10. The patio doors off the living room is my coffee corner. Birds, squirrels, pigmunks… what’s not to love?

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  11. Sneha says:

    My coffee corner is sitting on the floor in front of the TV, listening to melodious Ilayaraja songs while enjoying the bliss of mom’s perfectly brewed coffee in the afternoon. Top it off with a dark rainy day and I would not budge from my corner for hours

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  12. D K Powell says:

    Alas I can’t bear coffee! But tea, well that’s a different story… πŸ˜‰

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